• 8 1/2" long handle for comfortable grip and precision
  • Comes with 10 replacement nichrome wires of 3" length
  • Optimized for spore or bacteria transfers in mushroom cultivation
  • Enhances culturing accuracy and efficiency
  • Essential tool for professional mycology labs
  • Designed for longevity and repeated use
  • Ensures sterile and contamination-free transfers

Inoculation Loop with 10 Nichrome Wires: Precision in Every Transfer

When it comes to mushroom cultivation, precision and sterility are paramount. Out-Grow's Inoculation Loop with 10 Nichrome Wires is meticulously designed to offer both, ensuring that your spore or bacteria transfers are accurate and contamination-free.

Detailed Product Information

The inoculation loop boasts an 8 1/2" long handle, providing a comfortable grip and allowing for precise transfers. Accompanied by 10 replacement nichrome wires, each 3" long, this tool is built for longevity. For optimal performance and to maintain its sterility, it's recommended to store the inoculation loop in a cool, dry environment away from contaminants.

Usage & Benefits

Whether you're transferring spores or bacteria, the inoculation loop is an indispensable tool. Its design ensures that each transfer is accurate, reducing the risk of contamination and ensuring the purity of your cultures. The inclusion of 10 replacement wires ensures that you can maintain this precision over extended periods, making it a cost-effective addition to any mycology lab.

Cultivation Specifics

In the intricate process of mushroom cultivation, the inoculation loop plays a pivotal role. It's essential for transferring cultures to new media, ensuring that they grow in a contamination-free environment. Before each use, ensure that the loop is sterilized to prevent any contamination. Regularly inspect the nichrome wires for any signs of wear or damage, and replace them as needed to maintain optimal performance.

With Out-Grow's commitment to quality and its reputation as an authority in mushroom cultivation supplies, this inoculation loop is more than just a tool—it's a testament to professional-grade mycology.